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those awards ceremonies. this one to me was one of the best i thought from the hosts to the speeches to the awards. didn't you think? it was -- >> i thought it was hit and miss. >> did you? >> hit and miss. i thought that tina and amy were terrific. i thought they were -- a lot of people either loved, you know, what's his face last year. >> ricky gervais. >> that wasn't nice. you know what i mean. or felt he crossed the line. >> these guys walked the line perfectly. let's watch. >> catherine bigelow nominated tonight. [ applause ] i haven't really been following the controversy over "zero dark 30" but when it comes to torture, i trust the lady who spent three years married to james cameron. >> "hunger games" was where you know of the biggest fames of the year and also what i call the six weeks it took me to get into this dres.
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>> ang lee has been nominated for best director for the life of pi, which is what i'm going to call the next six weeks after i take this dress off. >> it was fun to see two women. they obviously love each other and bounce off of each other so beautifully. there were very few moments where i didn't think they clicked or it didn't work. >> we wanted more. that's what you wanted. i'm so happy for ben affleck for winning for "argo," but i have to say "lincoln" had seven nominations, and they got robbed. >> you thought it did. >> it got -- >> you have been screaming about it. a lot of people thought he got robbed because he didn't get an oscar nomination, meaning ben affleck. >> at the globes you're nominated for seven, and "lincoln" got one? that is -- >> you would have to talk to the people who nominated it and -- see, i haven't seen "argo" yet. i saw "lincoln" yesterday. i really, really loved it. it was sensational. if you love those kindof things, can i recommend a movie that i think i loved even more on the same -- pretty much the same subject. there's a movie called "amazing
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grace" about a man named william wilb wilburforth who personally led a 20-year battle to get rid of the slave trade in britain. he was a member of parliament. it's a brilliant movie. michael abtett directed it. it's so, so good. you know, all that happened, i think, some 20 some years even before it happened in our country, so -- i loved "lincoln", and i agree it's a magnificent piece of work, and speilberg is hard to beat. he didn't win last year for "warhorse" either. >> is he going to win the oscar. how about that? how about that? >> i'm at a loss. i haven't seen "argo." but i will see it. >> i thought christian wigg and will ferrell were funny together. >> it went on a little long. i thought a couple of the ladies that were nominated were not thrilled about it, but i thought it was clever. well executed. >> watch. >> emily blunt. emily blunt. salmon fishing in the yemen. >> emily blunt, always beautiful. >> beautiful.
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>> always amazing. >> when the salmon are coming out. >> comes out. >> they -- >> and when the bad guy comes and the one salmon is -- >> and the salmon is like -- and you're in yemen. >> the whole spoof. they hadn't seen any of the movies. >> very, very cute. it was a get out of here. >> it was genius. all right. >> ben seemed very, very surprised. ben to us. i have never met him, but i like him. so surprised he left out a couple thank yous in his speech. >> look, i don't care what the award is. when they put your name next to the names that she just read off it's an extraordinary thing in your life. >> before i present the award, my husband forgot a couple of people. grant hesloff and george clooney, without whom he cannot have made the movie. the best producers in the world,
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and he asked me to mention that. thank you, grant and george. >> that's sweet. >> i love their relationship. >> i do too. >> that seems such a -- it was interesting to see jennifer lopez come up looking so va va voom but knowing that she went through that time with him. >> that was weird. >> didn't work for either one of them. to see him so settled and doing so well and just loving fatherhood and -- you know what, she's on my list of one of the people that's the most gorgeous. jennifer garner. what a lady. see the little waist on her after three children. stop it. >> speaking about a little waist, claire danes. >> one month. >> boy, she won for "homeland." they swept. i am going to have to start watching it. she lost that baby weight so quickly. she looked beautiful. congrats to her. "les miz" won for best motion picture comedy or musical. >> hugh jackman, i'm so happy for him. ann hathaway, i did see hers. >> they did -- >> she won, and nobody was surprised. jennifer lawrence won. she seemed adorable. i didn't know she was fighting the flu. that's another movie i want to
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see very badly. best actress went -- actor went to daniel day lewis. i'm so glad i saw "lincoln" yesterday. every time that man picks up a script, you might as well before you even does the filming, give him the oscar. the man is amazing. like meryl streep. >> i loved kate hudson's dress. >> a lot of people did. >> she stepped occupy that stage, and you just went, like, oh, my gosh. >> you're not going according to what we're supposed to be doing. >> whatever. i loved her dress. >> i love the whole line tv. i wish her hair had been up so we could see that neckline a little better. she looks sensational. >> who did you like some. >> you know what, everybody is talking -- i loved -- i loved -- we're going to talk out in los angeles. i thought that -- a lot of people didn't like her dress.
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i thought lucy lu looked gorgeous. it was so different from everybody. i thought maybe it's because i hate winter so much, it was so spring-like, and i loved the way she wore her hair to the side. it was just -- she looked so feminine and so lovely, and she was here recently, and i didn't really know and we both liked her so much. >> prints aren't easy. >> sometimes that affects you. everybody kept saying you should have waited around to see julia roberts at the end of the telecast. i want to see how gorgeous -- i can't tell from that. >> you can. >> no, i really can't. >> what are you talking about? >> at this distance i would have said no. >> but she -- >> no. no. i'm sure if i saw it closer up that i -- sorry. >> some people say the most interesting speech of the night didn't go to any of the people who won golden globes, but to the woman who won the cecil b. demill lifetime achievement award. some people were confused. some people loved it and hated it. some were all of those. let's watch. >> i guess i just have a sudden urge to say something that i have never really been able to air in public, so declaration that i'm a little nervous about, but maybe not quite as nervous as my public list right now.
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hi, jennifer. but, you know, i'm just going to put it out there right loud and proud, right? i'm going to need your support on this. i am single. >> so the audience laughs because the audience -- well, i'm not going to say anything but the audience has known about jodi's life and lifestyle for a long, long time. and they love her. >> i think she was making a statement sort of like why does everyone have to have a news conference or reality show to announce their, you know, sexuality or whatever, and she seemed to be having fun with it i thought. right? >> yeah. you got to. i mean, you are what you are, right? >> yes, indeedy. >> even you, hodie are what you are. >> i am what i am. in case you are marking your calendars, the royal baby is on the way. it makes its appearance in july. >> good for them. and they are saying baby. >> what does that mean? >> not twins? >> there was some speculation that perhaps it was twins because she had that hyper emisis ravaderum. sounds like something they would say on "harry potter."
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the new prince or princess could share a birthday with william's mother who was born on july 1st. >> we have a very, very, cool thing we're doing on this program. we're doing it with johnson's baby. you know how willard scott has the smuckers jar for the people that are 100 years old. >> people like me and frank. >> we're going to celebrate new moms. >> babies. >> tell us about that. >> yeah. each week we're going to feature some new additions to families. send us a photo of the birth date, height and weight and some words of wisdom about parenthood and get creative there. you can be silly, whatever. you'll have a chance of having your baby's photo broadcast on our show beginning next friday january 25th. for all the details, head to our website at klgandhoda.com. >> that's awesome. >> fun day monday. what do you have for your favorite thing? >> i don't have anything for my favorite thing. >> good, because i have two. >> excellent. >> the first one is this. i told you last week about wise
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guys pizza pies in norwalk, connecticut. the place called sono. my friend jessica -- that's jessica is her daughter. my manicurist, jackie, and they're just -- she's -- they've been struggling for a long time. all of a sudden they start putting in bottles and serving what they make at home all the time. >> oh, my gosh, that sauce is delicious. >> what they make at home all the time. it is unbelievable good stuff. >> delicious sauce. >> i'm so happy for them. you can get it at wise guys pizza pies.com. what do you think? >> delicious. i love it. it's chunky. it's not runny. it's delicious. >> awesome. you go to yours, and then i'll come back to my second one. >> perfect. i have a children's book this week by a good friend of mine. it's a little dachsund's tale. it's by april gene, and you can get it at pet walks.com. this author has never written before about the adventures of her little dog francis. >> i spent yesterday afternoon reading, and it is hoda's new
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book along with her dear friend, jane, who is over there, and it's called "ten years later "and i knew a lot about it because we had talked about it over the months, but i was really, really moved. six people's lives you talk about what happened to them ten years ago, and they were all very different, very coming from different places and all different experiences. fast forward to ten years later, and all that they've learned, and i'm so proud of you both. >> thank you. >> really, really proud. there's jane. let's say hello to her. >> yes. >> too bad. you're too adorable for words. >> she'll be on tomorrow. >> okay. she's on tomorrow. >> all right. >> proud of you, baby. >> thank you. >> proud of miss america. >> from new york. >> from new york. my friend sam haskell produced it. their ratings were, like, through the roof. >> i was so happy for her. >> good for them. >> who was hotnd who was not at the golden globes. we have your full fashion roundup coming up. >> the celebrity looks you didn't see on the red carpet. we're kicking up the glamour factor on some stylish stars, but, first, these messages. assistance is there 24/7. y roe oh dear, i got a flat tire.
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they made their decisions, and the clothes really had to make that statement, so couldn't be about the weather. >> all right. you loved, loved, loved jessica chastain. tell us about her dress and why you loved it. >> it's a difficult dress in the front, but it has a beautiful, beautiful pale blue color that just goes so gorgeously against her skin. she has almost luminous skin. the dress moved around later on in the evening, but the beginning it just laid perfectly. she has won calvin klein before, and i think it goes with her red hair with those lovely harry winston diamonds. it just created a great stark and very modern look for her. >> she's such a young, beautiful girl that for me it made it look like she was bosom-heavy and she was hanging there. she's not. she has a great body. >> the dress actually got sort of lower during the course of the evening, and i think maybe there should be somebody around to help her adjust it. you can only say so much. >> if black and white is in,
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then julieann moore hit it. she had that long pretty dress. >> i thought -- >> was that armani. >> it was tom ford. >> tom ford, right. loo tom is a great friend of hers. yeah. and it just -- it had -- it had elegance. it had maturity. it had maternity. it's everything we love at "in style." the bulgari jewelry just perfectly accented it. she looks magnificent to me. >> jennifer lawrence was fighting the flu, but she wore a lot of color, so it made her look like she was feeling good. >> that's a pretty dress. >> it was -- but she -- she
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literally was choking on the red carpet. she was so uncomfortable. it's a great red dior dress. the top of it is a little bit odd, and i think with the belt there's a lot going on, but she's so statuesque, and her hair was beautifully done with the great knotted bun. she was on the "in style" facebook red carpet talk meeting that we developed just for the night. she was the most buzzed about star. >> oh, good. >> all right. we're going to flip over now. we're going to talk to bobbie thomas. >> hello, bobbie girl. >> you have an interesting project that you've undertaken, haven't you? tell us. >> i wanted to mix things up. i was watching the red carpet last night like millions of people watching now, and i asked the question, what if? i wanted to restyle some of the looks with the help of photo shop, and first up, we have amanda seigfreid. today a lot of tweeted last night and on my twitter handle saying she looked a little washed out. i know the actress wanted to be soft, but i wanted to see what this gown would look like many some pastel colors, and i think -- i would love to hear what everybody at home thinks. go on to our website to tell us. i photoshopped her in some of the soft pastel colors, and i personally lot of the blue.
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i really thought it would pick up her eyes, and there's a way to go soft without having to do something that's really, really fair on fair skin. >> all right. what do you think, ladies? you like? you like the blush? >> i think she's gorgeous that way. it's so -- >> okay. so moving on, zosha, i really loved this sleek dress. this was tony ward. the one thing i wanted to see was a little more balance in the face. minimalism is a big trend on the runway, so i added a pop of color on the lip. take a look. >> yes. >> yeah. >> yeah. better. >> it just balances out. >> the hair is kind of severe too with the same severity of the dress. >> you took the words out of my mouth. if you are going to keep everything really severe with the hair and make-up, just adding a little femininity with the color. i think lipstick went a long way. i wanted to know if julia luis dreyfuss and connie were to switch dresses. >> why? >> julia is a petite frame, and
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connie is taller, and she's got that long and lean straight body, which is great, but i thought connie could use the curve of julia's dress. >> i like it better. >> this was the difference. do you like this better? >> i like that better. >> keep in mind, if you are taller go ahead and go for the more volumonous dress, and, you know, julia usually always wears sleek dresses like this. >> she's got a great body. >> she really does. >> she needs to show that off. so the next julian huff, when i first saw her look, i have to say i saw it from here up. i thought, oh, my gosh, this is beautiful, so edgy but fresh. so, unfortunately, the bottom half for me was a little distracting. i wanted to see -- >> much better. >> if we just streamlined it down. again -- >> i would have preferred it without any feathers at all. she's so young and so lovely, she can wear anything she wants. >> so beautiful. it was a punk princess moment, so it definitely was a look, and i like it, but i thought -- >> it's a little bork-like. remember when bork -- >> you have to give her fashion points for taking a risk. so next, you were talking about
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lucy lu's dress. sorry, halle berry first. halle berry is wearing versace. we have a cut-out here at the hip. i would rather see it in a solid or darker color. let's take a look. i thought the darker color or something that wasn't as busy with the pattern and the cut-out might be a little better. what do you think? >> it's hard for her not to look utterly spectacular. >> she's stunning. >> right? >> she knows how to place her body for maximum effect. some of the actresses wear beautiful clothes, but they stand there in ways that aren't flattering. she always knows how to work it on the carpet. >> i don't see the cut-outs though. i wasn't crazy about those. >> it washes out a little bit with the print. i agree with you, kathie. she's so stunning, she could wear anything. >> i like her hair short, really short. >> bobbie, that was fun. did you have fun doing it? >> we didn't get to -- >> i thought she looked drop dead. okay. >> i loved the print, and i wanted to see another. we'll show it online.
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here with the scoop is "access hollywood"'s michelle beetle. >> so great to finally meet you. >> i feel like i've known you forever. >> thank you. forever. >> so, wait, surprises at the globes. were there surprises? tell us. >> you know, i don't think there were any big surprises as far as the winnings go, but we did have some really fun moments. look the comedians rocked last night. between tina fey and amy pohler then you had a moment last night in which tommy lee jones, who i don't know if he knows what funny is, but it didn't appear that he did last night. >> he was not -- >> this has gone viral now, this photo of tommy lee jones, who is stone-faced and not having it. >> i'm glad he has not done the botox, because his face is a road map. i mean, he is so great in "lincoln." every bit of living in man has ever done is on his face. >> it kind of looked like taylor swift gave adel the stink eye. did it look like that? >> adel's song "skyfall" is the better song. taylor swift has got a lot going
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on right now. she was not immune, by the way. tina fey got a jab into taylor swift last night. it stole the show as far as i'm concerned. >> you didn't see her reaction. >> they never showed it. >> what was it? >> they told her to stay away from michael j. fox's son, and then tina fey said it's time for taylor swift to have a little me time. a little me time. >> does anybody in the house know how she was reacting? was she laughing at it? >> they didn't show it. i'm thinking no. >> let's go to music, shall we? we're done with movies for a minute. your boy, justin timberlake, is back. he has been gone for a while, hasn't he? >> he has been gone -- >> he is making great movies, getting married. >> being an awesome all-around -- >> at 12:01 this morning he released his latest single "suit and tie" and he is doing it along with jayzee that guarantees you an amaze -- i feel like hoda is going to like it. >> let's crank it. ♪ >> it's chill, right? got a little vibe to it. it's got -- >> just think about -- i love him.
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he did his -- made his film debut in a little movie that my son and i did for disney, so -- and then he and in sync were on my christmas special. you have a history with people. whatever he wants to do is fine with me. i love him. >> is twitter going nuts? >> it's been a really long time. he sold two albums in a decade. ridiculously low. he is so all-around talented that when he does do something, you know it's going to be good. >> he is a renaissance man. he never disappoints. true. >> what about justin's ex, britney? i thought she and this boyfriend were together. >> he is a good guy. what happened? >> it's so weird because i believe lasts forever. not really. you know what, there are all -- >> honey. taxes and herpes, you can count on, baby. >> forever. there are so many theory on why this didn't last. some are saying -- look at that face. some are saying she wanted more kids. he didn't. some say she wanted him to be around more, but he was doing his own thing. who knows? she has returned the $90,000 ring, and we'll all move on, allegedly. >> she's going to make some huge
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fat deal to do one of those major mega performance things in vegas. i heard a number like $100 million tossed around yesterday on the tv. >> are you kidding? >> let them come to you instead of you traveling. >> buy a house, get your kids in school, and you can live the life you want. >> what about the movies this weekend? what's doing well? >> "zero dark thirty." >> really? >> now that the buzz and jessica chastain will help. as far as talking purposes it's been out for a while, but it just opened up last week. it's a great film. well acted. everyone knows the story obviously of the capture of osama bin laden, but now it's a chance to go see it. >> do you think that catherine bigelow is being discriminated against in any way because the torture that's contained in the movie because i haven't seen the movie yet and want to, but it's -- hollywood doesn't love that kind of torture. >> no. look, they show some of the waterboarding and some of the
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technique that they were using to get information out of people. personally i was not shocked, offended. look, it's times of war. you would be naive to think that things aren't going down in a certain way, and i don't think so. i think she's highly well respected. especially there aren't very many women in that position. >> how did "haunted house" do this weekend? more importantly. >> you're taking credit for that. >> we had so much fun with him on friday. did it do okay? >> he was hilarious on friday. >> you want to take him home with you. >> he is so much fun. >> i don't know how they did. >> michelle, thank you. >> you did well up there. >> thank you. >> are your kids couped up inside? >> not anymore. we're going to show you fun activities to keep the little ones busy. little nose pickers. all winter long. right after this. but i'm still "stubbed" up. [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] it doesn't have a decongestant. no way. [ male announcer ] sorry. alka-seltzer plus fights your worst cold symptoms plus has a fast acting decongestant to relieve your stuffy nose. [ sighs ] thanks! [ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth!
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>> it's that time of the year in most parts of the country. many parents dread it. it is winter when it's too cold for your kids to play in the park or go outside for a bike ride. >> so how can you keep those little ones entertained and keep yourself from pulling your hair out? mary giles is the deputy editor of "family fun" magazine. you have some great --
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>> you actually do, as opposed some of the people that come here. >> oh, thank you. >> we'll start with a snack. >> our family fun readers say they love to celebrate the little holidays almost as much as the big ones. it's just another excuse to have a fun time with their kids. groundhog day is coming up in a few weeks. these are punxsutawney pudding cups. we have complete instruction on our website. these are really simple. >> just broke the little ear off. >> these are really easy. you pipe chocolate frosting eyes and nose and use more frosting to attach peanut butter chips. you're going to cut the tip off so these will sit flat, and then the teeth and the ears. we're sagging. those are almond slivers. you tuck those into the pudding cup for the ground. then for more yummyness and authenticity, chocolate cookie wafers. how fun is that? >> it's a great way to celebrate.
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>> why don't we visit gracie and sophia. >> what are you doing? oh, you're not doing your nails. what are you doing? >> they are making our beautiful ring-a-ling necklaces. they look like glass enamel, but they are easily made from nail polish, and these are a little addictive, i have to say. once you start making them, you can see what beautiful results you get. >> how cute. >> you can make as many as you want because they are made from metal washers from the hardware store. they're so cheap to make just from nail polish. older kids can make really sophisticated patterns like this, but little kids can just swirl together. >> just have fun. >> can you get really pretty results from swirling. >> i love the colors you guys are using. >> those are great. thank you. >> when you are done, put a clear coat on top to seal it. >> they're so cute. >> so cute. >> thank you, ladies. okey dokey.
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>> this big piece here is our alphabet museum. >> oh. >> these are just made from boxes from your pantry. you know, some gram cracker boxes. whatever have you in your pantry. they're held together with mini binder clips. >> how cute is that? >> adorable. >> print out big letters on pretty construction paper and card stock. then the fun part comes in when your kids go on a treasure hunt around your house. you're going to find something that starts with each letter of the alphabet. >> bring it back. >> that's adorable. >> for older kids pull out a letter, like, maybe pull out the c, the cat, the apple, and the tree, and see if they can figure out you spelled cat. all kinds of games like that you can play with it after. >> like banana grams. >> more ideas for games on that website at family fun mag.com. >> hello, ladies. >> they are decorating our cute home tweet home match box bird. >> cute. >> these are made from little match boxes. you can decorate, wrap them in paper. you want to keep making some
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there? with the markers. you decorate them. they are -- you can wrap them in paper or foil. >> adorable. >> or sticks or whatever you want. >> cute bird house. >> that is the cutest idea. >> put on a paper roof. then you make a little bird from a pom pom. a grown-up is going to cut a little perch for your bird to sit on, and why it's so fun to use match boxes for these, and if you don't have a match box at home, can you buy those at the grocery store, is you slide out the door, and we don't have one in this one, but you can also decorate the inside so you have a little inside house for the bird, and then you can see that through the perch on the inside of the house. >> thank you, ladies. very good job over there. >> and, finally. >> we have our lovely gloves, and what is so clever about these is it's a great way for kids to be able to customize what is otherwise such a basic part of their winter wardrobe. as can you see here, you just sew a button on to your mitten or glove. you cut out any basic shape that inspires you. heart, star, wine glass. whatever -- wherever your interests lie. sew that on. then you cut a little slit in your felt shape, and you layer them on to your mitten. swap them out whenever inspiration strikes. >> thank you. >> good idea.
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>> thank you so much. >> you pop a multiviolate minimum every morning, but do you think you're doing enough? >> or is it the right thing? >> what you need to know about those supplements you're taking right after this. ♪ >> goorm to you. i'm meteorologist chris warren with your weather forecast. big clangs on the way for a big part of the country. as the change happens, and warm air is replaced with cooler air, there could be some ice associated with this storm that's going to bring very heavy rain for the mountains here and potentially some freezing rain and some sleet associated with this system. so it could be down right dangerous to be on the roads at times. we're going to track this for you throughout the day. we're going to see these temperatures come down. upper 30s, the high in boston today. 40 degrees in new york. still some mild spots, just barely hanging on here throughout the southeast. that will change as this front gets staaled out, eventually will move through and colder air will be in place. and you're seeing here, still a chance of some snow throughout parts of the northeast. probably not going to be the big city, but you get away from the atlantic, you get up in
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elevation throughout the mountains of new england, upstate new york, pennsylvania, you're looking at seeing some snow. colder air eventually coming into place here. on wednesday, still looking at a high of 39. still looking at upper pos. a chance for some snow around the lakes on thursday. high in slig only 30 degrees. things starting to rebound, though throughout parts of the west. now we're going to see temperatures warm back up throughout parts of southern california. 74 on thursday in los angeles, 75 in phoenix. so give some of that warm air back in place. while things cooling off throughout parts of the southeast. 40s and lower 50s for daytime highs. boston now, topping out at 31 on friday, 36 in new york. for next weekend, a front to the north. bringing in a reinforcing shot of cold air here. minneapolis a high of only 29. upper 30s in boston, lower 40s in new york. and then on sunday we're going to have a chance for some more snow around the lakes, upper 30s for highs throughout much of the
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>> it is time for eat smart today and vitamins 101. if you have already popped your multivitamin, you are in good company. half of all american adults take a supplement as part of their normal routine. >> should you start if you're not taking them? there's some controversy about it. which vitamins are right for you? elizabeth summer, we love her. she has her dose of information for a healthier you. we're glad you're over your flu. even healthy people who know how to do all the right things get sick. >> who would think? >> a lot of people do pop a multivitamin. first of all, is that the right thing to do? should you take one? >> in my opinion yes. >> why? >> absolutely. you know, we're -- last year of the 100th anniversary of the discovery of the first vitamin. before 1912 people were dying of vitamin deficiencies like
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scurvy. we have marginal nutrient deficiencies now, not clinical ones. you know, people are averaging three or four servings of fruits and vegetables. not the nine they need. less than one serve -- >> nine a day? >> nine a day servings. not the whole watermelon. >> i need to go back on my vitamin because i certainly don't get nine a day. >> 99 out of 100 americans don't even meet the minimum standards of a balanced diet. >> we should just take -- are these what you are recommending? >> i have a four-step program here. first one is, yes, take a multi, a moderate dose, broad range multi that supplies 100% of the daily value. nutrients work as a team, so you don't want to supply the body with one at a time. supply them in a ratio or a team. that daily value is the best we know. turn the label over. look for about 100, no more than 300% of the daily value for a wide range. >> do a lot of those vitamins pass through you? >> i don't want to take 300 times what i need? you know, what i need. three times what i need. >> yeah, you don't need to be taking huge doses. >> and there are different age groups. should you really look -- is this centrum silver, which i would be.
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>> well, me too, baby. >> i know. should i -- is it important that i take that one instead of the other one? >> well, the reason why you should take the mature, whether a man or post-menopausal woman is we don't need as much iron in the days when we were menstruating. >> we're filling in the gaps. there's a recent study from harvard that found that men too tha took a multi had a lower risk for cancer. who knows? >> no one pill a day supplies enough of two minerals calcium and magnesium. if you're not drinking lots of milk, not eating lots of magnesium like whole grains and dark green leafy vegetables take take a calcium magnesium ratio. be like 300 milligrams calcium, 150 milligrams of magnesium. my third step is the omega 3's. we got so much research on this now. we know that all the omega 3's lower your risk for heart disease.
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the dha in particular improves memory, possibly lowers the risk for alzheimer's and improves depression by up to 50% in people that are the most difficult to treat. >> i've been looking for the ones, though, that have, oh, shoot, algae-free. >> why? >> because apparently somebody told me that those are so much better for you. >> no. that's wrong. >> okay. >> this is why i'm asking. >> fish get their -- the fatty fish, salmon, mackerel, herring get their dha from eating algae. you go right to the source, then you're getting it from the original place that the fish are getting it. there was a recent study -- >> i don't care what jerry says. i'm looking at it. >> you know, you guys, my mom died from complications of alzheimer's. you better believe i've been following the research on this like a hawk. this is the best thing i have found so far. a day wouldn't go by that i don't take my dha. >> we've got invite minimum d. if your multi doesn't have enough vitamin d, take an extra one.
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>> my doctor said i was way deficient in vitamin d. >> you can get this tested. have your vitamin d tested. that's another important one. absolutely. >> and, finally -- >> and, finally, don't waste your money on natural and time release and all that stuff. if you do want to get the cadillac instead of the volkswagen in terms of your supplementation, there are three nutrients that are better as natural, and that's chromium, celenium, and vitamin e. >> all right. >> thank you. happy new year to you. >> all right. who is our biggest admirer? we'll reveal our fan of the week. >> first, this is next up. they're going to get your book. >> they are? >> you're going to sign it to them. in the last five hours? i played a round of golf. then i read a book while teaching myself how to play guitar; ran ten miles while knitting myself a sweater; jumped out of a plane. finally, i became a ping pong master while recording my debut album. how you ask? with 5-hour energy. i get hours of energy now -- no crash later.
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and it is time to meet our fan of the week. >> and that lucky fan is also going to get -- >> what? >> yes, you're going to sign it to them right now. >> who is it, sara? >> our winner is week is glenda samson from new york, new york. she watches us here in the city on w nbc channel 4. she's a loyal viewer. the real super fan -- and this guy is adorable -- is her 2 1/2-year-old son dillon. at the same time every day he runs to their tv and does this. let's watch. watch this. it's so cute. >> nbc news. today is today. kathie gifford and hoda kotb. [ laughing ] >> how adorable is he? >> what is his name? >> his name is dillon.
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>> you want to put it to dillon too? >> she clearly has her hands full with that little anything elet. he is quite the entertainer. especially with hurricane sandy and all the tough news this year, glenda and dillon are thankful for the bright spot that the fourth hour is in their day. congratulations. we are sending you to the crystal coast in north carolina. you will enjoy four night stay in a beach front rental property on the southern shores of the outer banks. >> beautiful. >> there are passes to the aquarium and a look-out cruise, round trip airfare for two. they were provided by the crystal coast north carolina southern outer banks and emerald isle realty. >> hopefully the weather turns. >> we're putting it in the mail. >> coming up tomorrow, hoda woman has a new book. it's called "ten years later." >> oh, really? is that it? >> we're going to hear all about it. >> guess who else is going to be here? >> kim and kourtney kardashian will be in the house. and we're also going to have beauty breakthroughs for 2013. what are kim and kourtney going to talk about? >> i don't know. their new show. we've learned how to socialize without wine. >> no fun.
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jeff: growing up a child star. >> i feel very blessed to have that with my sister. jeff: be the mom. >> the love of my life. jeff: plus we find her long lost sister. then the teenage chess champ putting the moves on me. i'm hanging out with lisa welchel. >> that is crazy. jeff: all right. a little about me. i'm reenly married. i work with my wife on this show. i'm learning how to be a dad to two amazing kids in a blended family. i'm hosting a talk show 'cause there's a lot to talk about. this is the adventure. welcome to the show.

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